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The Burley sisters say they were raided, roughed up and verbally abused, but because they can’t name the perpetrators, they won’t get a fair day in court.
Plus: NYPD bars access to cops’ disciplinary history, another bite mark exoneration, the case for paying for bone marrow
Abusing a rule intended to ensure death penalty appeals are handled by competent attorneys to attack qualified, well-regarded lawyers
Michael West continues to embarrass Mississippi’s justice system, this time with a lewd, belligerent, and childish display during a deposition
Plus: Seven cops face termination over Laquan McDonald shooting, Dallas Police Department ends “cooling off” period for cops after shootings, Scalia’s record on policing.
Bush appointee lashes out at union for blocking DOJ consent decree
Plus: Judge sits on innocence claim for five years, the case for policing standards, Kaine’s talk-but-no-walk on the death penalty.
Are we seeing capital punishment’s death rattle?
Plus: Minneapolis institutes better use of force policy, DEA secretly profiles thousands of travelers, criminalizing entrepreneurs
Police chief’s “forceful and serious tone” convinces city council to nix plan to fire lying cops.